Anglo-Maltese musical mash-up Ġenn (pronounced Jenn) are stepping up the pace in 2020 with the release of riotous new tune Du Da Dance.
The post-punk anthem coincides with the first of this year’s live shows at Bristol’s The Old England.
Vocalist Leona wrote the lyrics on the train in Madrid 10 minutes before demo-ing them.
“It’s about not caring about what other people think of you or say about you,” she said.
“And about just enjoying life.”
Based in Brighton, the band is a result of a trans-national pairing which came about through the internet between three musicians from Malta, and one from the UK.
The Ġennata (English translation: craziness) has only just begun.
28th January – The Old England – Bristol
31st January – The Hope & Ruin – Brighton
16th February – Patterns – Brighton
12th March – Camden Assembly – London
5th April – The Hope & Ruin – Brighton
16th April – Suburbstheholroyd – Guildford
18th April – The Grace – London
19th April – Craufard Arms – Milton Keynes
29th April – Musician – Leicester
30th April – 0161 Festival – Manchester